DMX And Busta Rhymes Perform And Hang Out In Vegas

The Las Vegas Sun reports DMX and Busta Rhymes were spotted at Venus in The Venetian after their concert Saturday at The Orleans. The hip hop pair brought huge entourages with them, packing the club and causing an hourlong wait to get in.

DMX Hangs With David Arquette At Sundance

DMX and actor David Arquette were photographed hanging out and sharing a joke and a hand shake during the 2004 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah on Monday (January 19).

DMX, Ja Rule On The Same Nigerian Benefit Show Lineup

ThisDay reports that the wife of the Vice President and Founder and Initiator of Women Trafficking and Child Labor Eradication Foundation (WOTCLEF), Chief Mrs. Amina Titi Atiku Abubakar has confirmed that Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo would be the Special Guest of Honor at the January 10, 2004, tagged Battle of Hope fight, which is part of the national awareness creation drive to intensify and synergize efforts of groups; agencies and NGOs to form a task force to tackle the HIV/AIDS. Laila Ali and Jackie Frazier-Iyde will be the main event. The event will also feature a concert featuring Ja Rule, DMX, Ashanti, and other notable Nigerian artists.

CMX Sports Celebrity Christmas Basketball Game

DMX, Freeway, DJ Clue, Loon, Won-G, Glenn Lewis, and Tweet were on hand for the CMX Sports Celebrity Christmas Basketball Game on Friday (December 12) at Atlantic City High School in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Check out pictures from WireImage.

50 Cent Voted Toughest Rapper’s latest poll asked who’s the toughest rapper in the game. With over 22,000 votes, 50 Cent beat out DMX getting 37.3% of the total vote — X got 34.8%.

The Source Releasing ‘The Best Of The Source Awards’ DVD

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The Source Entertainment and Melee Entertainment (in conjunction with DreamWorks Records) are set to release The Best of The Source Awards Vol. 1, Hip-Hop History (1994-1999) on October 28th. The DVD will be 90 minutes in length and boasts having exclusive, never-seen-before footage of The Source Awards. Such artists as Tupac Shakur, The Notorious B.I.G., Snoop Dogg, DMX and Puff Daddy, Cash Money Millionaires, Busta Rhymes, and many others will be featured on the DVD. The article at has since been removed.

Concrete Heat

Radio 1 examined the illegal, underground, alternative music industry of mix tapes. A culture that spawned the likes of 50 Cent, Cam’ron and DMX and is fast making its way to the UK with big name labels falling over themselves to get in on the act. Audio at has since been removed.